The Everyday Vegan: Recipes & Lessons for Living the Vegan Life
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The Everyday Vegan: Recipes & Lessons for Living the Vegan Life

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Dreena Burton demonstrates that anyone can prepare an array of delectable vegan dishes without compromising one’s health or sense of taste. The Everyday Vegan includes recipes as well as cooking and shopping tips, meal plan suggestions, and nutritional analyses.
Paperback, 205 pages
Published July 1st 2002 by Arsenal Pulp Press (first published September 1st 2001)
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Jul 24, 2012 Kerri added it
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I liked the following recipes:
- Marie's "More-ish" Brownies - yummylicious!
I don't find myself reaching for this one very often since so many of the main course recipes are for some kind of patty. Also, the page layout (ingredient list on the right, instructions on the left) is somewhat disorienting. There are some good recipes in here, but I doubt I would recommend it to anyone.
May 27, 2010 Laura added it
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I've only tried a couple things from this one but I have to say the roasted red pepper dip is excellent.(But don't try freezing it, the consistancy does not come out the same as when it is fresh) And the squash / cranberry dressing dish was a huge hit at Christmas dinner this year.
I love Burton's food blog, but this cookbook is just to visually bland to inspire me to cook. Also, the recipes seem very hippie and seemingly bland. Of course I don't really know since I have cooked very few recipes from the book.
Mar 18, 2009 Leah rated it 4 of 5 stars
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Good basic vegan cookbook with relatively accessible ingredients / room for substitution.

Don't believe the rumors about how awesome the spinach-artichoke dip recipe is, because they're not true.

This has a lot of easy recipes (good for people like me who don't cook much). Plus, it gives a lot of basic info about vitamins and nutrients, etc. A good intro to vegan cooking.
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